The publication notes that the there the United States can do little in the UN Security Council against Russia, which has veto power there, in order to force it to abandon the supposedly planned invasion of the territory of Ukraine. However, American leader Joe Biden hopes to attract the attention of the world community to the problem at the expense of the authority of the organization by entering into a confrontation.
The US President intends to “demonstrate the diplomatic isolation of Russia” and, if possible, drive a wedge between Russia and her most powerful ally — China”, which stands for the sovereignty and inviolability of the territorial integrity of the states of the world.
The publication reports, with a high-ranking American official, that the United States has already informed its allies in Europe and the Security Council The UN and prepare for public confrontation. the U.S. stressed that potential Russian interference in the affairs of Ukraine strikes at the heart heart of the UN Charter, so Washington intends to draw attention to the crisis situation and demonstrate Russia's isolation on the world stage.
Earlier, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki revealed the possible timing of Russia's so-called invasion of Ukraine. A representative of the US presidential administration, without providing evidence, indicated that this could start in mid-January-February.